The back and forth internal disagreements and year long drama from the Wu-Tang Clan has now been given an artificial timeline. During a recent interview with SI Now, RZA gave Raekwon approximately 30 days to resolve his issues and get on board or risk not being on the upcoming Wu-Tang Clan album A Better Tomorrow.
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RZA informed The Breakfast Club yesterday (April 22nd) that the only scenario in which the Wu-Tang Clan release an album without Raekwon is if all the members of the group agree on it. In his recent interview with SI Now, RZA gives a definitive deadline of when the decision needs to be made:
The album is slated to come out in July. If we don’t come to terms within the next 30 days, then this will be an album without Raekwon or the album that will not see the light of day.
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RZA later tells SI Now host Maggie Gray that his “gut feeling is that A Better Tomorrow will be released in July with all the members on the album.